The project was opened over four weekends in September and launched to the wider public via Time Out, Art Monthly, New Exhibitions and BBC radio. A brochure containing a map with thumb nail photographs of the 150 tiny gardens, and written project information was mailed out and available to visitors on their arrival at Small World. (See Response/Press on this website for more project information).
Viewers attended the exhibition at Small World (the artists live/work space) and could socially engage in the café both inside and outside as the artist became both invigilator and waitress along with other residents who volunteered on shifts.
The exhibition consisted of a wall papered with digital prints of the tiny gardens taken throughout the Spring and Summer. Digital prints documenting resident engagement in the window box workshops, the Unconventional Plant Shop, and the childrens’ badge workshops. The perfume of roses, fresh coffee and freshly baked cakes lingered in the space. The on-street Flower Power installations at other residents houses were also on display along the gardens map route.